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EARTH AT RISK IX (Ovi Posters)

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EARTH AT RISK VI (Ovi Posters)

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EARTH AT RISK VI (Ovi Posters)

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EARTH AT RISK V (Ovi Posters)

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by | December 16, 2016 · 5:52 pm

EARTH AT RISK V (Ovi Posters)

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by | December 3, 2016 · 11:44 am

Quake toll 60,000

China’s Premier Wen Jiabao Saturday gave U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon a dramatic look at damage caused by the massive quake that hit Sichuan province earlier this month as the death toll from the catastrophe jumped past 60,000.

A strong aftershock shook the town of Yingxiu, a small town near the epicenter of May 12’s 7.9 magnitude quake, as Wen and Ban toured the area. “The world will not forget,” Ban told Wen, who appealed the U.N. chief to help raise international aid for the region.

There are too many things this world will not forget Mr. Ban and one of them is you incapability to achieve anything and help anyone!

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Burma cyclone with 243 dead

A tropical cyclone has killed at least 243 people in Burma and damaged thousands of buildings, according to state television.

Parts of the Irrawaddy region were hit particularly badly, with three out of four buildings blown down in one district. Burma has declared Irrawaddy and four other regions, including the main city Rangoon, to be disaster areas.

Rangoon has been without power and water, its streets full of debris. Winds of about 190km/h (120mph) battered the Irrawaddy, Rangoon, Bago, Karen and Mon regions. Military and police personnel have been carrying out rescue operations Cyclone Nargis has since moved towards Thailand where storm warnings have been issued. However, it appears to be lessening in force.

One of the worst dictatorships in history was not enough with Burma people they have to deal with nature also!

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